Posts tagged "things to do in Amsterdam"
i-D | 7 jonge amsterdamse gallery directors om in de gaten te houden

i-D | 7 jonge amsterdamse gallery directors om in de gaten te houden

Waar kunst dankzij de wondere wereld van het internet steeds toegankelijker wordt voor een breder publiek, kan het hele galeriewezen soms nog wat stoffig overkomen. Niet bij deze Amsterdamse Gallery Directors. Dit zijn zeven jonge Gallery Directors die de Amsterdamse kunstwereld flink op z’n kop zetten en ons voorstellen aan de volgende generatie kunstenaars. Click...
Volkshotel | Outsider's Guide: Red Light Art

Volkshotel | Outsider’s Guide: Red Light Art

BY EMMELIE KOSTER – While the art scene prepares for the opening of the new season in the first week of September, the slow Summer month of August is the perfect time to see gems that remain from the last one. Amsterdam’s Red Light District is not particularly known for leaving much to the imagination,...
THE COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT | 11.06 - 30.08

THE COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT | 11.06 – 30.08

Thirty South African printmakers, including William Kentridge, Lehlogonolo Mashaba and Mongezi Ncaphayi, demonstrate the driving force of printmaking in the current exhibition at NMAG Amsterdam. Open on weekends, 11 – 18h.
MATTIJN FRANSSEN SOLO | TAKING OFF

MATTIJN FRANSSEN SOLO | TAKING OFF

OPEN DURING MUSEUMNACHT 1/11, 19H – 2H | No Man’s Art Gallery is presenting a decade of work by Dutch artist Mattijn Franssen, including his most recent photomontages, animated videos and paintings.
PRESS | Review by What's on in Cape Town

PRESS | Review by What’s on in Cape Town

Originally posted on What’s on in Cape Town | Written by Suzanne Duncan A decidedly young crowd was evident at the opening of No Man’s Art Gallery in its ‘secret’ location at the Rockwell in Greenpoint last night. The young and trendy interacted with the art and sprawled out into Prestwich Street late into the...